The new Millmead Centre was opened in 1972, comprising a 500-seat auditorium, meeting rooms, offices, a games hall and coffee bars. The most notable feature of the building is this 500-seat auditorium with raked seats, which enables everyone to have a good view of the dais and pulpit.
In March 2012, Guildford Baptist Church celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the opening of the Millmead Centre, and the refurbishment of the building for the 21st century is well advanced.
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This site is financed by Guildford Arts – a charity dedicated to the promotion of arts related organisations and activities in Guildford and around.
Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.
We offer training in horticulture, upholstery, IT and print finishing, enabling people to acquire new skills and ultimately return to work. Alongside these we offer a range of Social Inclusion Activities that cater towards building confidence, physical health and wellbeing.
Through their placement at Oakleaf, our clients are able to gain up-to-date qualifications, practical experience and increase their confidence levels.
Oakleaf also operates as a social enterprise, selling high quality upholstery, gardening and print finishing and fulfilment services at competitive rates.